What are the major differences between DTX Studio Clinic, DTX Studio Implant and DTX Studio Lab?
They are all part of one coherent and open software suite for dental diagnostics, leading into treatments, including follow-up. Essentially, DTX Studio Clinic is the new diagnostic software for all dental patients. Until now, our various operating companies utilized several stand-alone, narrower-scoped diagnostic solutions to power their imaging devices and to analyze their acquired data. Every intraoral optical camera, intraoral radiographic solution and extraoral imaging device, including CBCT scanner, needed such software. However, DTX Studio Clinic not only powers our devices, but it has a central image archive in which all visual data from different modalities can be gathered, stored and reviewed on patient level with tooth position intelligence. Through that, DTX Studio Clinic provides a dynamic, visual patient library with an open input and output path that allows for the clinician to initiate treatments and follow up with all their patients. They can also engage with and connect to treatment partners via the personalized online platform, DTX Studio Go.
In contrast to DTX Studio Clinic, which is designed for use with every dental patient, DTX Studio Implant is designed purely for dental implant rehabilitation and the respective workflows. It provides clinicians with a market-leading ecosystem for implantology with SmartFusion, SmartSetup for a fully automated tooth setup and one-click actions to generate a report for freehand surgery, to create an automatically designed surgical guide or to export the plan directly to our dynamic navigation system, X-Guide. Whatever method of treatment the clinician has opted for – freehand surgery, guided pilot drilling or navigation – DTX Studio suite offers all options and links closely with the dental lab technician to enable same-day cement-free provisionals and, of course, a wide variety of final restorations.
The target group of DTX Studio Lab is, quite clearly, the dental laboratory, and it allows for technicians to provide model and diagnostic desktop scans, work with intraoral scanner files from various sources, modify the artificial tooth setup, produce locally or order directly from NobelProcera and, most importantly, interact closely with the clinician. The DTX Studio Lab customer benefits heavily from the large install base of the clinical software to serve their customers safely and reliably.
It’s important to note that all three of these entities are connected by DTX Studio Go, a web platform that each member of the treatment team can access to organize orders, reach out to other clinicians and service providers, and much more.